About Us

We are British Columbia’s health research agency. We are working towards a future where BC is recognized worldwide for its vibrant, coherent, inclusive, and globally competitive health research system, which improves the health of British Columbians, the health system and the economy. Considerations of equity, diversity and inclusion are top-of-mind as we begin our journey together, and our commitment to Indigenous reconciliation and self-determination will guide us.

As a provincial organization, our work extends across many Indigenous lands and territories throughout BC. We acknowledge with respect and humility that our Vancouver offices are located on the traditional and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Current Funding Opportunities

Research Trainee Program

Supports the best and brightest health researchers in training to enable career development and support world-class health research in BC.

CIHR Health System Impact Fellowship

Through a partnership with CIHR’s Institute of Health Services and Policy Research, the HSI Fellowship provides doctoral and postdoctoral awardees with an experiential learning opportunity within health system organizations, where they can advance the organization’s impact goals and contribute to improved health system performance.

Applications are now open for:

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Partnerships

Partnerships boost next generation of BC’s neuroscience researchers

24 January 2023

Along with our partners, we are co-funding exceptional research talent who are giving hope to people living with neurological diseases and disorders.

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Graphic sharing five reasons to use REDCap data tool: easy, secure, flexible, collaborate, no fee

Data tool now available for more BC health projects

20 January 2023

People using data in BC will benefit from expanded access to a data management tool: REDCap.

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ASK JEAN Column: Direct access to source data and documents

17 January 2023

Question: Do investigators and institutions have to provide direct access to source data and documents related to a clinical trial monitoring, REB review, audits, and regulatory inspection?

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